ConEdison Solutions will develop a sustainability plan that can reduce your schools' carbon footprint, reduce your energy consumption, and enhance the performance of your energy-consuming equipment, a smart way for schools to improve energy efficiency and student performance.
ConEdison Solutions’ Energy Saving Performance Contracting (ESPC) Program can help your school district score higher in energy efficiency while lowering its environmental impact.
Download a K-12 Energy Savings Performance Contracting Information Sheet
Is your school looking for a way to upgrade facilities, improve the learning environment, reduce energy consumption, decrease its environmental impact, and lower its energy bills with no impact to capital or energy budgets? Try our multi-faceted, cost-effective Energy Saving Performance Contracting (ESPC) program; you’ll be replacing old, inefficient, high-maintenance equipment with new state-of-the art energy-efficient equipment — with no capital outlay or budget overruns.
ConEdison Solutions will:
- Perform an initial energy assessment to determine the potential energy savings that can be achieved as a result of installing new energy-efficient equipment (heating, cooling, ventilation, controls, lighting, and motors);
- Examine and evaluate the building envelope, including windows and roofs; and
- Determine the environmental impact of each measure and develop a strategy for your school to be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified.
Our assessment will include recommendations for the application of renewable energy sources such as photovoltaics and geothermal technology.
Improving energy efficiency within your school building can provide several important benefits*:
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Energy efficiency renovations can reduce a school district’s energy costs by up to 30% annually. Life-cycle cost savings can be significant as a result of reduced liability, enhanced building longevity and durability, and reduced maintenance costs;
Health of Occupants
Improved ventilation and indoor air quality contributes to occupant comfort, reduces absenteeism, and enhances overall performance.
Studies indicate that students in energy-efficient schools with significant natural lighting can improve math and reading scores as much as 28% over students taught in traditional classrooms.
Commitment to the Environment
Energy conservation, water conservation, improved land use, and the use of the school as a learning laboratory for energy sustainability all demonstrate commitment to the environment.
*As reported in the Connecticut Green Building Council’s Energy Efficiency Study of Connecticut Schools.
Accreditations / Certifications
- NAESCO - Accredited Energy Services Provider
- US Green Building Council for LEED assessment
- US Postal Service SES Contractor
- ENERGY STAR™ Partner
- National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO)
- DoD/DoE Qualified ESCO
- AEE Member